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On May 1st Governor Murphy Celebrated The Reopening of the New Jersey Executive State House
06/2/2023NJ Leads the Nation by Advancing This Game-Changing Initiative, Set to Launch at Initial Locations Around the State in January 2024
06/2/2023Following news of textbook publishers agreeing to censor their educational materials at the behest of state governments like Florida, nine governors joined New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy in sending publishing companies a letter to make it clear that censorship will not be supported in schools in each of their states and territories.
05/30/2023The AHSI will provide crucial resources to support community redevelopment projects.
05/26/2023The “Addressing Bias in K-12 Schools” resource guide takes a whole-school approach to addressing bias, encompassing the broader school community, including students, faculty and staff, and families, both victims and perpetrators of bias incidents, as well as bystanders who witness the incidents.
05/26/2023New Jersey’s coastal beaches and inland lakes are ready for the summer season, New Jersey Environmental Protection Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today during the annual State of the Shore event in Asbury Park.
05/25/2023Gov. Murphy, with state Sen. Vin Gopal and Asbury Park Mayor John Moor, stopped by three boardwalk businesses during a stop in Asbury Park. In each, he asked about the history of the businesses and highlighted different aspects of their businesses.
05/25/2023Fund Will Provide Critical Investment in Boardwalk Infrastructure Along the Jersey Shore
05/24/2023“Our Administration’s plan prioritizes protecting our precious public lands and revitalizes Liberty State Park through exciting new amenities for the community, including new ways to enjoy nature, play sports, engage in active and passive recreation, and experience arts and culture. ..." - Governor Phil Murphy
05/24/2023Governor Phil Murphy today announced the appointment of Andrea Katz Spevak as Cabinet Secretary, Carolyn Cannella as Deputy Chief Policy Advisor, and Catherine Klinger as Director of the Office of Climate Action and the Green Economy.
05/23/2023Avid Telecom sent or transmitted more than 7.5 billion calls to telephone numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry between December 2018 and January 2023 - more than 237 million of those calls were to numbers in New Jersey.
05/23/2023Oceanfront Lifeguards on Duty Starting This Weekend, Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Operational at Multiple State Parks, Forests
05/23/2023Partnership to Provide Free, 24/7/365 Access to Tele-Mental Health Platform and Diverse Network of Providers for Students at 44 Institutions of Higher Education
05/22/2023Building on last year’s investment in a statewide initiative to collect and digitize blueprints of K-12 school buildings throughout New Jersey to improve school security on behalf of students and staff.
05/19/2023Draft Environmental Impact Statement released for project estimated to create 3,100 jobs, produce $1.9 billion in economic impact, and generate enough clean energy to power 637,000 homes
05/18/2023New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro and Delaware Governor John Carney Hold Event in Philadelphia
05/18/2023Kickoff Event Held in Times Square
05/17/2023Latino Action Network: ‘Not only is he immensely qualified, but he has walked the walk. He has been in the trenches for the people who need help the most’
05/16/2023“Throughout nearly half a century of public service, Commissioner Shinn demonstrated a commitment to New Jersey residents and the environment that transcended party lines in favor of the common good,” said Governor Murphy.
05/15/2023Legislation Requires Telemarketers to Disclose Their Contact Information
05/15/2023Continues Crackdown on and Prevention of Auto Theft in New Jersey
05/15/2023The signing of this joint resolution underscores the Murphy Administration’s commitment to ensuring the participation, inclusion, and empowerment of New Jersey’s girls and women in all aspects of society.
05/15/2023“This law reflects my Administration’s belief that every New Jerseyan deserves access to the mental health care they need and builds upon our work to expand these services throughout our state. ..."
05/15/2023Legislation Aims to Empower Residents and Facilitate Successful Interactions with Law Enforcement
05/15/2023Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
05/15/2023El verano pasado, el juez Barry Albin alcanzó la edad de jubilación obligatoria, y nuestra Corte Suprema perdió una leyenda. Quiero agradecerle por su servicio, y también debo agradecer al juez Jack Sabatino, quien honrosamente ha ocupado este cargo en la Corte durante los últimos nueve meses
05/15/2023Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
05/15/2023Noriega, un abogado de defensa criminal y leyes de inmigración de suma capacidad, sería el primer exdefensor público de formar parte de la Corte Suprema.
05/15/2023Noriega, a Highly Accomplished Criminal Defense and Immigration Law Attorney, Would Be the First Former Public Defender to Serve on the Court
05/11/2023The U.S. and New Jersey flags to fly at half-staff on Friday, May 12, 2023 to honor the life of Deptford Township Police Officer Robert “Bobby” Shisler, who suffered a gunshot wound while in the line of duty on March 10, 2023
05/8/2023Establishes Using Explicit Sexual Images to Extort Victims as a Third Degree Crime
05/8/2023“If there’s one thing the COVID-19 pandemic made abundantly clear, it is the essential role health care workers play in our society,” - Governor Murphy.
05/3/2023If Approved, Settlements Would Bring Total Opioid Settlement Funds Secured for NJ by Murphy Administration to Over $1 Billion
05/2/2023Governor Phil Murphy today visited Paramus Fire Company 3 to highlight his proposed addition of $10 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding for Fiscal Year 2024 to support the continuation of the Firefighter Grant Program, which first launched in May 2022.
05/1/2023At the annual Survivors of the Triangle Memorial Ceremony, Governor Murphy, Colonel Pat Callahan, and the New Jersey State Police (NJSP) today honored over 70 members of the NJSP who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty, including State Trooper Werner Foerster.
05/1/2023For the fourth time in less than a month a major ratings agency has upgraded New Jersey’s credit rating, as Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) today boosted the state to ‘A+’ from ‘A’.
04/30/2023“I am pleased that the framework that was announced between the Rutgers University Administration and union bargaining committees in my office on April 15th has led to a full agreement on new contracts."
04/29/2023Governor Phil Murphy and First Lady Tammy Murphy today hosted an Eid Celebration at Drumthwacket, marking the end of Ramadan.
04/24/2023Building upon efforts to expand opportunity and lessen barriers to public employment, Governor Phil Murphy today announced the re-launch of the Governor’s Fellows Program.
04/24/2023Governor Murphy today signed A4772/S3215, which concerns unemployment insurance (UI) benefits for workers during labor disputes. This bill addresses certain loopholes that currently prevent workers participating in labor disputes, such as strikes, from receiving access to UI benefits.
04/19/2023National Governors Association (NGA) Chair New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy continued his nationwide listening tour on youth mental health issues with an event hosted by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
04/18/2023The funding, announced during Earth Week 2023 through the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Green Acres Program, will enhance the quality of life for residents across New Jersey, especially in many overburdened communities.
04/17/2023Governor Phil Murphy today signed legislation (A4720) requiring the Commissioner of Education, in conjunction with the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education.
04/17/2023The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) today announced Year Three of the popular Charge Up New Jersey Program, its electric vehicle (EV) incentive initiative, is expected to obligate all funds by Monday, April 17.
04/17/2023On the first day of Earth Week, Governor Phil Murphy today announced the final adoption of regulations to implement New Jersey’s landmark Environmental Justice (EJ) Law.
04/15/2023“Bruce Springsteen is one of the most recognizable, iconic and influential musicians – and New Jerseyans – of all time,”- Governor Murphy.
04/15/2023All Rutgers Classes Will Resume on Monday
04/14/2023Today, Governor Murphy signed the following bill and resolutions into law.
04/14/2023In recognition of the challenges children face and the sacrifices they make when they have a parent in the military, Governor Phil Murphy today signed a bipartisan resolution (SJR-106) into law to designate April 14 as “Military Child Appreciation Day” in New Jersey each year.
04/13/2023Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy toured the Finishing Trades Institute on Thursday afternoon, prior to the announcement of a new partnership between the two states.
04/13/2023States Intend to Form Interstate Task Force to Protect Workers from Wage Theft and Misclassification
04/13/2023Grant Funding Will Help Improve Municipal and County Parks, Recreational Facilities, and Local Stadiums
04/13/2023Coalition Urges Swift Consideration of Comprehensive Reforms to Support Small Businesses, Downtowns, and Economic Development throughout New Jersey
04/13/2023Governor Murphy Delivers Keynote Address at the New Jersey Conference of Mayors Annual Conference
04/12/2023S&P Global Ratings today upgraded its rating on New Jersey’s general obligation bonds to ‘A’ from ‘A-‘, the state’s third credit rating upgrade in less than a week.
04/10/2023Second Rating Upgrade in the Past Week and Fifth in 13 months
04/10/2023“I commend the parties who have come together and proposed a resolution of the talc litigation, which offers significant financial compensation...
04/10/2023Creates Pathways for New Jerseyans Without College Degrees to Attain High-Paying Jobs
04/6/2023Fourth Rating Upgrade in the past 13 months
04/5/2023“The residents of our state deserve to have access to essential utility services in their households no matter their income,” - Governor Murphy.
04/5/2023Certification Designed to Open Doors to Contract Opportunities at the Federal, State and Local Levels
04/5/2023Governor Also Announces Expansion of Tuition Aid Grants to Cover Summer Courses for Eligible Students as Part of Ongoing Efforts to Expand Access to Affordable Higher Education
04/3/202332 Organizations Receive Financial Support to Help Reduce Community Violence
04/3/2023A Total of Over $100 Million in Supplemental K-12 Funding Will Be Made Available to Nearly 170 Districts
04/3/2023The New Jersey flags to fly at half-staff on Tuesday, April 4, 2023 to honor the life of United States Army Sergeant David Solinas, Jr.
04/3/2023NJEDA issues RFQ for three service providers to anchor first-of-its-kind center; advance First Lady Tammy Murphy’s Nurture NJ strategic plan
03/31/20231115 Demonstration Approval Continues Long-Standing Medicaid Programs and Allows New Innovations
03/31/2023New site provides a centralized hub for key information, programs, and services for members and allies of the non-binary and transgender community
03/30/2023Sussex, Mercer, Camden and Gloucester Counties Announced as Newest Recipients of Funding
03/30/2023Partnership Aims to Enhance Security Cooperation, Promote Diplomatic Ties, Encourage Economic Development, Strengthen Natural Disaster and Emergency Response
03/28/2023Governor Phil Murphy today signed a bill (A-4298) into law to allow veterans who have completed at least six years of service with a military reserve unit to keep special license plates identifying them as a member of the military following the conclusion of their service.
03/28/2023Governor Phil Murphy and Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio announced that the first batch of ANCHOR Property Tax Relief rebate payments will be on their way to New Jerseyans who elected their rebate via direct deposit today.
03/27/2023I am confident that the Attorney General’s actions will ensure needed reform and give police officers in Paterson the resources, support, and training they need to effectively build trust and serve their community.
03/27/2023$5 Million Distributed to Recipients Across a Variety of Green Economic Sectors Working to Advance Diverse and Inclusive Green Economy Workforce
03/22/2023Two Newark-WTC Trains to Run During Peak Periods Following Completion of Station Reconstruction to Handle Longer Trains
03/20/2023Bills Are Part of Speaker Coughlin’s Small Business Legislative Package Legislation Enhances Customer Service at the New Jersey Business Action Center and Gives Small Businesses More Flexibility to Resolve Violations Without Incurring Fines
03/17/2023Bill Will Appropriate Over $100 Million in Supplemental K-12 Funding
03/16/2023Governor Phil Murphy today signed a bill (S-783) to codify the Opioid Recovery and Remediation Advisory Council into law and establish an Opioid Recovery and Remediation Fund – building on steps taken via Executive Order No. 305 last year to help New Jersey determine how best to utilize opioid settlement funds to address the opioid crisis, which has tragically taken over 14,000 lives in New Jersey over the past five years alone.
03/16/2023The recommendation by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expands the use of the bivalent Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine as a booster dose for children ages 6 months through 4 years old who have completed their three-dose primary series with the monovalent (single strain) Pfizer vaccine.
03/16/2023Funds from EPA’s New Climate Pollution Reduction Grant Program were made possible by President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act
03/16/2023Regional Training Center will be the First UITP Training Center in North America Led By NJ TRANSIT at Rutgers Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT)
03/16/2023U.S. and New Jersey flags fly at half-staff at all state buildings and facilities from Thursday, March 16, 2023 until Thursday, March 23, 2023 in recognition and remembrance of former Senator Ron Rice.
03/14/2023Effective Monday, March 20, Brophy will manage economic affairs at the Governor’s Office after serving as Senior Advisor for Economic Growth and as Executive Director of the Educational Facilities Authority.
03/13/2023State of Emergency Declared for Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and Warren Counties State Offices Will Have Two-Hour Delayed Opening on Tuesday and Commercial Vehicle Restrictions Will be in Place on Multiple Interstate Highways Beginning 8:00 P.M. Tonight
03/13/2023Use caution when driving tonight through Tuesday. Coastal storm expected to affect the morning commute
03/13/2023Law Enforcement Directive 2023-1 Also Establishes Statewide Guidelines for Tracking, Storing, and Determining When Sexual Assault Evidence is Submitted to Labs for Testing
03/13/2023NJPAC produces first-of-its-kind celebration of music, technology, comedy, and film over three jam packed weekends June 2023
03/13/2023Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
03/12/2023Programs will provide approximately $35m in short term support for New Jersey companies impacted by Silicon Valley Bank
03/10/2023Additional Bill Signed Into Law Honors Veterans’ Sacrifices by Covering Burial Costs for More Veterans
03/9/2023Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
03/8/2023Governor Will Appoint Terence O’Toole as Chairman after Appointing Jewell Antoine-Johnson as an Alternate Member, Reappointing Virginia S. Bauer and Aisha Glover as Board Members
03/6/2023Governor Phil Murphy today signed legislation (A978) recognizing the contributions and achievements of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. by establishing special license plates for members of the organization.
03/2/2023“My Administration remains committed to providing students throughout our state with the world-class education they deserve,” - Governor Phil Murphy.
03/1/2023Governor Phil Murphy and Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio today announced that approximately 1.7 million New Jersey homeowners and renters applied for the first year of the State’s historic ANCHOR property tax relief program.
02/28/2023Budget Increases Robust Property Tax Relief, Provides Another Record Investment in School Funding. Increased Investments in Affordable Housing, Higher Education, and Economic Growth. Continues Path of Fiscal Responsibility with Another Full Pension Payment of $7.1 Billion, Additional $2.4 Billion to Reduce Debt. Proposed Surplus Climbs to Record Heights at Just Over $10 Billion
02/28/2023"Building the Next New Jersey: Affordability, Opportunity, Responsibility” Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
02/28/2023Each of these individuals were invited by the First Lady because they personify the values and spirit that Governor Murphy highlights in his speech and embody the Murphy Administration’s policies at work for New Jerseyans.
02/27/2023“Building on our world-class transportation infrastructure is critical to our economic growth and resilience as we shape the future of our region,” - Governor Murphy
02/27/2023The initiatives will focus on evidence-based strategies that can help schools close achievement gaps caused or exacerbated by COVID-19-related disruptions to the learning environment and the shift to remote instruction.
02/23/2023Governor Phil Murphy today signed bill A-2857/S-2977, which requires NJ TRANSIT to pay certain persons one-and-a-half times the regular rate for work during periods of commercial vehicle travel restriction issued by the Department of Transportation (DOT).
02/23/2023Nearly 40% Increase in Sign-Ups Since the Murphy Administration Assumed Operation of the Health Insurance Exchange
02/23/2023Alongside Acting Commissioner of Education Angelica Allen-McMillan, Senator Andrew Zwicker, Assemblyman Roy Freiman, and other officials at Brooks Crossing and Deans Elementary School, the Governor also announced an additional $2.6 million to assist 33 school districts with supplementary start-up funding.
02/23/2023Governor Phil Murphy today held a roundtable discussion where he met with stakeholders to gather input and learn from diverse perspectives for his new legislative proposal to reform and modernize New Jersey’s antiquated liquor license laws.
02/22/2023The tour begins in the hall entrance of Brooks Crossing Elementary School at Deans School where the Governor has greeted Acting Commissioner of Education Angelica Allen-McMillan, school administration, such as Superintendent of Schools Scott Feder and Principal Jaime Maccarone, and staff members.
02/21/2023Order Also Requires Each Principal Cabinet Department to Appoint a Chief Diversity Officer
02/21/2023The Alliance is a non-partisan coalition of 20 Governors committed to protecting and expanding reproductive freedom in their states, the largest such coalition ever convened.
02/15/2023The “Climate Awareness Education: Implementing the NJSLS for Climate Change” grants will help schools meet New Jersey’s first-in-the-nation climate-change standards. ..."
02/15/2023Governor Phil Murphy today ordered that U.S. and New Jersey flags fly at half-staff at all state buildings and facilities on Thursday, February 16, 2023, in recognition and remembrance of Assemblyman Francis “Fran” L. Bodine.
02/15/2023Murphy Administration Sets Accelerated Target of 100% Clean Energy by 2035
02/15/2023Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
02/14/2023Advanced Class Will Be Taught in 26 New Jersey High Schools During the 2023-2024 Academic Year
02/14/2023Grants Will Enable Nonprofits to Offer Financial Counseling to Individuals in Underserved Communities
02/13/2023The nation’s Governors were joined by Fortune 500 leaders to explore solutions to workforce shortages in a panel discussion during the Winter Meeting of the National Governors Association (NGA).
02/13/2023NGA Chair New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Leads Discussion With U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy On Strengthening Youth Mental Health
02/10/2023In a wide-ranging discussion, Governors called on Congress and the Administration to work together to ensure a bipartisan solution to address the U.S. statutory debt ceiling and to consider serious long-term reforms that will reduce the national debt and put the country on more sustainable fiscal footing.
02/8/2023This Nation-Leading Policy Will Help Combat Food Insecurity Throughout the State as Emergency Federal SNAP Allotments Come to an End
02/8/2023Also Announces Upcoming Expansion of Initiative to Over Two Dozen Additional Municipalities in 10 Counties
02/7/2023“Over the past two years, under President Biden’s leadership, our nation has staged a historic comeback. Tonight, the President gave us a powerful reason to join with him under our shared American values and with common purpose to finish the job of restoring our nation’s pride and global preeminence. ..."
02/7/2023New Grant Program Helps Build Stronger, Fairer Economy for All
02/6/2023This legislation significantly expands the rights and protections afforded to temporary workers, and was sent to the Governor's desk after the Legislature concurred with changes recommended by the Governor last September.
02/3/2023The Legislature concurred with the Governor’s conditional veto of an earlier version of the legislation. The Governor recommended changes to ensure protections for agricultural or horticultural production on preserved farmland.
02/1/2023Funding Will Enable Nonprofit Organizations and Local Governments to Conduct Lead-Safe Repairs and Energy Efficiency Improvements For Thousands of New Jersey Residents and Children Exposed to Lead in their Households
01/31/2023Rate Increases for Midwives, OBGYNs, Perinatal Care & Community Doulas Yet Another Step to Improve Birth Outcomes as Part of NurtureNJ
01/30/2023TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today signed bill S287, which provides corporation business tax (CBT) and gross income tax credits for costs of preparing environmental product declarations that assess the global warming potential of various concrete mixes and enable comparison of their environmental impacts.
01/30/2023” The day of recognition honors the legacy of Fred Korematsu, an American civil rights activist of Japanese heritage who fought against the wrongful incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II."
01/27/2023“We are horrified by the video footage released earlier today that showed Memphis police officers brutally and inhumanely beating Tyre Nichols. ..."
01/26/2023This project will support boardwalk structural repairs, including timber replacement, electrical upgrades and lighting fixtures, as well as ADA compliant ramps, stairs and beach access, in a region with a significant tourist economy.
01/26/2023Starting January 30, over 550 Regular Operating Districts (ROD) will be eligible to apply for a grant, made possible through legislation signed in 2022, to address critical operational building needs – including school facilities projects, emergent needs, and capital maintenance requirements.
01/25/2023"From small towns to big cities, parents, children, and educators are confronting this struggle in their everyday lives. We need a comprehensive approach to not only connect young people with resources, but empower parents and teachers to identify signs of mental health challenges and provide positive support. ... " - Governor Murphy
01/24/2023The Murphy Administration today announced that the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) is now accepting applications for the Behavioral Healthcare Provider Loan Redemption Program. The purpose of the program is to help recruit and maintain a qualified workforce of behavioral healthcare professionals in order to further Governor Phil Murphy's ongoing goal of expanding access to mental health care on behalf of New Jersey residents.
01/24/2023Governor Phil Murphy and the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Commission announced today that overall in-state production spending from filmmaking exceeded $650 million dollars in 2022, besting the previous record of $500 million set for 2021. The announcement came at the outset of a series of meetings in California between Governor Murphy and the film, TV, and technology industries.
01/23/2023TRENTON – The Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology (CSIT) Board on Friday awarded a combined $1.275 million in grants to 17 startups to accelerate the development of technologies, products, and services that support maternal and child wellbeing.
01/22/2023“When any community cannot gather to celebrate without fear of being the victim of the next mass shooting, we have lost our way. All of New Jersey stands firmly with the AAPI community in Monterey Park...
01/20/2023Governor Phil Murphy and Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin today announced 11 recipients of a combined $10 million in federal American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds allocated for the continued support of the New Jersey Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program (NJHVIP).
01/20/2023“After five years of bold climate action in New Jersey, we must not only assess our progress to date, but renew our commitment to a clean energy economy while taking stock of the breadth of resources at our disposal,” - Governor Murphy.
01/19/2023The bills will also ensure that the board members of these institutions receive ongoing training to ensure that they are equipped to adequately manage the fiscal operations of our public institutions of higher education.
01/18/2023As of January 1, 2023, children under the age of 19 whose families meet income eligibility requirements are now able to obtain Medicaid coverage regardless of their immigration status.
01/17/2023State Will Allocate $228 Million in Federal Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Funds to Address Housing Needs, Resilient Infrastructure Projects, and Other Critical Recovery Initiatives
01/13/2023Los solicitantes ahora tienen hasta el 28 de febrero de 2023 para reclamar hasta USD 1,500 en alivio.
01/13/2023The bill (S-275) will allow New Jersey pharmacists to dispense self-administered hormonal contraceptives to patients without requiring a prescription.
01/12/2023Bill Supplements the Child Placement Bill of Rights, Will Focus on the Importance of Maintaining Sibling Relationships in the Child Welfare System
01/11/2023Company plans to create more than 200 new, skilled jobs in Salem County
01/10/2023The new application deadline is being extended to February 28, 2023, giving taxpayers an extra month to apply.
01/10/2023Governor Highlights Efforts to Protect Residents, Grow the Economy, Secure the Middle Class, and Improve Affordability. Details Proposals to Modernize State’s Liquor License Laws, Shape Economic Incentives to Address New Workforce Reality, Implement First-in-the-Nation Naloxone Initiative, Extend ANCHOR Deadline, and Preserve Boardwalks Up & Down the Jersey Shore
01/10/2023Remarks as Prepared for Delivery
01/10/2023This year, several New Jerseyans, including leaders from the Ukrainian community, will join First Lady Tammy Murphy in the Assembly Chamber as her special guests. Each of these individuals, with their aspirations, accomplishments, and resilience, were chosen because they represent values, policies, and themes to be addressed by the Governor in his speech.
01/9/2023Governor Phil Murphy today announced that the State of New Jersey has issued a cybersecurity directive to prohibit the use of high-risk software and services, including TikTok, on State provided or managed devices.
02/6/2023The U.S. and New Jersey flags will fly at half-staff at all state buildings and facilities on Wednesday, February 8, 2023, to honor and remember Sayreville Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour.
01/5/2023Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $500 million loan to the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank to modernize wastewater and drinking water systems serving over 10 million people throughout New Jersey.
01/4/2023Legislation will Direct the New Jersey Department of Education to Develop New Jersey Learning Standards in Information and Media Literacy
01/4/2023The Murphy Administration today announced funding for reproductive health care providers as part of Governor Phil Murphy’s ongoing efforts to expand protections for and access to reproductive health care in New Jersey. The funding includes zero-percent interest loans for upgrades at reproductive health care facilities and grants for security enhancements.
01/3/2023“Putting our minimum wage on a clear path to $15 an hour and setting us among the nation’s leading states remains one of my proudest moments,” - Governor Murphy.
Central point of information on COVID-19 federal fund allocations, programs, awards, and expenditures by federal agency, State Department, and State program.
Free Financial Wellness Platform - to help New Jersey residents rebuild from the pandemic and prepare for and meet future financial challenges
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Statewide awareness campaign that is committed to reducing infant and maternal mortality and morbidity for mothers and infants of all ethnic groups.
200+ acre transformative, hub-style marshalling and manufacturing port project that will serve offshore wind projects in New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic.
Learn about the exciting initiatives and activities taking place in New Jersey to leverage one of the state's most valuable assets - it's diversity.
The Opportunity Zones program is designed to drive long-term capital investments into low-income rural and urban communities.
The State Health Benefits Plan (SHBP) and the School Employees’ Health Benefits Plan (SEHBP) together cover over 800,000 active and retired members in New Jersey.